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LifeStyle of Friday, 21 February 2020


FULL INTERVIEW: One-on-one with Counselor Ogochukwu on 'Love in Today's Digital Age'

Ogochukwu Nweke spoke to GhanaWeb on 'Love in Today's Digital Age' play videoOgochukwu Nweke spoke to GhanaWeb on 'Love in Today's Digital Age'

Today, thanks to the internet, love can easily be found in any part of the world with no geographical restrictions.

Romance has been made easy in this 21st Century.

As a reminder, in the 16th century where there was the exchange of letters; people didn't know so much about each other; one used to find out somebody “liked” him/her through a friend or a passed note. Now, these are scarce.

With the introduction of social media, people can scroll and choose who they want to get close to. Social media has made finding love very easy. It has also changed the way we experience love, intimacy, and connection.

Where did you meet your partner? Has social media in any way affected your love life? How often do you text instead of talk, Skype instead of meeting face-to-face, or use emoticons instead of actually articulating our feelings?

The answers to these questions, of course, are subjective. Get to know more in our latest interview with marriage and relationship counselor Ogochukwu Nweke.

In an interview with GhanaWeb's Bernice Owusuwaa, they discuss 'Love in Today's Digital Age.'

Watch the interview below: